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  • 00:30

    The Philosophy Show : Racism, ism, Classism, anti-individualism, pride and predu

    in Psychology

    upcoming :

    Episode 80 : Racism, ism, Classism, anti-individualism, proud to be smaller minded.

    Open Phones. Love, Advice, Life, Events, Science, the Unknown . . .

    CONSPIRACY of the week, QUOTE of da week, LOVE advice of the week, REVIEW of the week & GUESS What?? + your calls.

    Show Format : 1/2 hr Weds. night / Thurs. morning {12:30 am EST} : First 5 minutes or so the host will present a topic then open the phones to live calls



    The LP Show : The Philosophy Show :

    Logos Philosophy

    Libertarian Progressive

    March 26, 2015

  • 01:00


    in Culture

    ENVISION THIS: Economic and social justice activists sensitive to differences in class cultures

    Betsy Leondar-Wright is an economic justice activist, sociologist and author, who writes on class and economic inequality. For nine years she was the Communications Director at United for a Fair Economy, and  co-authored UFE's new book The Color of Wealth: The Story Behind the U.S. Racial Wealth Divide. She is currently the Project Director and Senior Trainer at Class Action, a non-profit that raises consciousness about class and money, where she edits the blog “Classism Exposed.”  Betsy’s latest of twelve books, Missing Class: Strengthening Social Movement Groups by Seeing Class Cultures, was just published in 2014.

    Betsy says, "Often the paid organizers in low-income communities come from professional middle-class backgrounds. I worked as a community organizer for many years, and the class dynamics can be tricky..." From an interview she conducted with Dorian Warren, she quotes,"Don't do things for people, but help them speak for themselves."  Understanding the perspective, values, and goals of the people you are working with or trying to organize is so crucial that Betsy's current work focuses on helping activists to form cross-class coalitions in movements for social change

    Join our discussion on this crucial aspect of creating a more just, equitable, and inclusive future.

  • 02:32

    After Ferguson: Race & Class Bigotry @ Washington University IN St. Louis

    in Culture

    W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio: After Ferguson: Race & Class Bigotry @ Washington University IN St. Louis

    Featured Guest Bro. Chris Pepus

    REad His Article Class Bigotry @ Washington University in St. Louis: A Resignation: 



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  • 00:44


    in Motivation

    Hear Chief Kwa David Whitaker, in his own words back for a second riveting discussion of a man on the move and making a Impact in the world around us!!. Hear Chief David, speak on the smear campaign from a few in his town on the three charter schools he serves as CEO, the  Ache Cultural Center, located in Cleaveland Ohio. Chief speaks boldly and profound words of wisdom with knowledge only he knows from a man with conviction and servitude in his heart, who rosed above the ashes to Thrived and Survived!!. A man's man!! still dealing with the dark roots of "Racism", "Classism" and "Prejudice" in the America we love and hold dear. Hear Chief speak on the postive movement in his adopted home town Ghana Africa and share the positve possibilities that awaits the Tribal Atonkwa people. We will discuss our excitng new venture to bring Free "MOONDOWEAR" Clothing to the great african people and his Chief, Nana Kodwo Eduakwa V. Initiated through our Charity, Warriors-Hope & Compassion.  Don't Miss This Awesome Story, of a Great Man who, "Dreamed The Possible Dream For His Life"!!. On the next "MOONDO WORLD" SHOW!!!. 

  • 01:59

    Black Thoughts and Theory: The Radio Show- Black Relationships

    in Culture

    We all know that Black men and women are at odds. But Why? And How can we get them back on the same page?

    Join Alex Primo(Lex Primeone), Asha Zuri, Joe Whitfield, and our new Hosts/Contributors as we dissect,explore, and analyze the difficulties between Black men and women and how best to remediate them.

    Let's face it, men and women in general have problems. The question becomes, why are Black people's problems so severe that they cripple us as a community. Is it merely a coincidence or are there underlying factors that are present by design? In other words have we been poked and prodded into disliking each other? 

    If so, what solutions can we find to remove this unfortunate tool of disunity? What can we do as a people to improve the relationships of Black men and women? 

    Should we be upset about interracial dating? Should we be upset by those that practice classism? Should we ridicule those that choose to remain alone? 

    Is our very culture responsible for the state of Black Relationships in America today? Can we finally find a way to get along? Let's talk.

    Call in at (917)889-2830 


    Log on to listen.

    And as always keep it clean and keep it on point. #One

  • 01:03

    Truth Serum With Lone Wolf

    in Current Events

    Tonight's topics... BOOT LICKERS at SCLC suspends Pastor who called for blacks to arm and defend themselves.” The Killing or CULLING of young black man continues in the Police State. 17-year-old Justus Howell, was shot twice while fleeing officers, with one bullet penetrating his heart, spleen and liver, and the other entering his right shoulder Rappers BEWARE! “Those LIES u tell in your songs about how G u are in CAN AND WILL be held against u in a court of law.” “Pres Obama inks peace deal with Iran and the Devils are PISSED.” Color Struck KNEE-GROWS in America. Colorism and classism is alive and well in the black community. “16 States Have More People In Prison Than In College Dorms. Take one guess where these states are located???”

  • 02:00

    MelaniNation Presents: Is The Knowledge Really Sweeter at a HBCU?

    in Culture

    1. Why do we have HBCU's 2. Do HBCU's hold us back or project us forward? 3. How do they truly stack against each other (statistically: graduation rate, retention rate, number of degrees, value of degree, return on investment, starting salary, etc.) 4. Why did you choose HBCU or PWI. 5. Can HBCU's ever reach PWI size or stature. 1. Do HBCUs better fit African Americans Academically? 2. Why don't more black parents expose their children to HBCUs? Is there a culture stigma behind it? 3. Could the top HBCUS compare to the Top Ivy League schools? 4. Is pledging the divine 9 at PWI different than at HBCU? Is there still a need for the divine 9 at HBCUs? 1. How do we work to remove classism, elitism, sexism, etc. from HBCU culture? Is that even feasible? I.e. How do HBCUs avoid breeding Kanyes who are only angry until they have access to the parts of whiteness they envy? 2. How do pro black students at PWIs handle their experience? 3. Some black people feel unsafe in both spaces. Remedy? 1.Why do black students go to pwis only to try and recreate the HBCU experience? 2. Can a black student ever feel completely welcome at a pwi? 3. Do black students in the north hear enough about HBCUs in highschool? 4. Why do some black students choose pwis for "diversity" but only hang out with the black population?

  • 01:01

    CB: To Powerfully Exist - Facing Sexual Trauma - Inspired by Dayanara Marte

    in Health

    Welcome to Cafecito Break's Virtual Living Room with Rosangel Perez & Ruthie Guten. 

    Our topic today:  To Powerfully Exist. Inspired by Dayanara Marte

    Article referenced i - http://www.elephantjournal.com/2015/02/what-every-sexual-abuse-survivor-wants-you-to-know/

    About: Dayanara received her masters in Public Health from Columbia University in 2010 and her certification in Clinical Approaches to Addiction from NYU. Today, her commitment to creating another world for young women lead her to founding In Bold Rebirth Technical Assistance and Training consultancy in 2010, creating a global cutting edge trauma informed resiliency model for victims and survivors working on the frontlines of social justice, crisis and trauma institutions and organizations. She is nationally known for her work as a trauma prevention specialist, internalized oppression healer, trainer & facilitator in emotional release; organizing healing circles for first responders to let go of internalized oppression and dis-ease that manifest in our bodies as a result of institutional racism, homophobia, xenophobia, classism, & sexism. Dayanara envisions a world where women powerfully exist in the face of war, injustice, sexual assault, child sexual abuse, incest, rape, relationship/partner abuse, & domestic violence within our homes, our organizations & within movements. For more information go to www.inboldrebirth.wordpress.com and contact me at inboldrebirth@gmail.com 

  • 01:40

    Why the Civil Rights Movement will NEVER produce Equality !

    in The Bible

    As the nation finishes celebrating the 30 year old holiday of Martin Luther King Jr's birthday, the civil rights movement is on the minds of many. Some hated it and more loved it. In spite of the historical significance of the movement many can rightly argue that the condition of the black and other minority groups in this country are worse than ever. WHY IS THIS? HOW CAN THIS BE? Let's explore God's word to see if it can shed some light.

  • 01:01

    Information divide or information desert?

    in Current Events

    Information divide or information desert.....

    Is there an information divide in the African-American community where some are prepared to participate and  take advantage of opportunities and others are not?   



  • 01:02

    No Tea, No Shade - Classism, Elitism, and Today's Society

    in Current Events

    The society that we grew up in is not the society of today. We examine the Classism,Elitism and today's society. The defintion and the alleged destruction of the middle class, the lowering of the higher class and the upliftment of the lower class. Sit down and let us know how these changes have impacted you or how they have not impacted you.